The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) will continue its historic preservation workshops on Saturday, October 7th. A one-day workshop focusing on “Interpretive Planning for Historic Sites and Museums: Why, What, and How” will be held at the Alice Paul Institute in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. Led by Dr. Page Talbott, a senior fellow at the Center for Cultural Partnerships at Drexel University and the principal consultant at Talbott Exhibits and Planning, this workshop will discuss both positive and negative experiences at visits at historic sites and exhibitions, and apply those experiences to an interactive session based on a current exhibit at the Alice Paul Institute.
This event will be on Saturday, October 7th, from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Registration is required. The cost of the workshop is $60.00 and participants will receive .5 Continuing Education Unit credits (CEUs).
For more information, contact Ms. Tamara Gaskell.